Mega Giveaway Day 7 – Worry Eaters

Mega Giveaway Day 7 – Worry Eaters

I was first introduced to Worry Eaters while attending Blogger Bash this past summer. As a mom of two pretty level-headed kids, I hadn’t really given much thought to the value of these creatures until I started talking to other moms. They shared stories of issues and anxieties of their children and how they would write them down and the Worry Eaters would help them cope. Such stories made me grateful for not having to deal with such matters while recognizing the importance of such a “toy”. This is one of the reasons we think it’s a perfect addition to our Stocking Stuffers gift guide!

We’re excited to share that our Day 7 giveaway is the first of several non-game prizes! Worry Eaters by Haywire Group come in a variety of sizes, colors and personalities.

Check out our other holiday gift guides for more ideas then stop by tomorrow to enter this giveaway as well as others in our Mega Giveaway promotion. Don’t forget to tell Haywire Group thanks for participating.

100+ Days of Giveaways – Day 7 – Worry Eaters


About Nicole

Founder and owner of, Nicole has been involved in social media marketing since 2007. She has partnered with a number of major corporations who utilized her skills to improve their social media outreach and online presence. Nicole has worked closely with brands such as Netflix, Nintendo, Domino's and Disney, has been featured in McDonald's videos as well as Maria Bailey's book "Power Moms". Always a SAHM (stay-at-home-mom) and mother of two amazing daughters, if you can't find Nicole, she is probably somewhere being an advocate for playing board games.

23 comments on «Mega Giveaway Day 7 – Worry Eaters»

  1. Sarah Reed says:

    I talk with my husband. I get my fears out and he helps me work through them. He’s the best listener ever, but I have to be careful as he’s got his own worries and fears so I make sure he knows I’m there for him too.

  2. Kristin Troska says:

    We use Rescue Remedy.

  3. brody says:

    talk and try to understand their viewpoint

  4. Sparks says:

    Talking & thinking about what can be done about it, how to tackle the situation. Sometimes just changing the topic and having fun is all that is needed.

  5. Mark Marine says:

    Calming review the situation, ask what you can do about it. If nothing, then throw the problem away as there’s nothing you can do about it. If there is something you can do, then review the options and determine what you are willing to do? Frankly, worry is a useless emotion, and I try to “Vulcan”ize it as much as possible.

    1. Sam says:

      Informative. Ty

  6. Christopher Smart says:

    talk about it, i also work out and try and have “me time” hahaha

  7. amy guillaume linderman says:

    we draw pictures or read books that are on the topics

  8. Katt Lewis says:

    I used to worry about things a lot. Then I finally came to the conclusion worry wasn’t helping a bit, so i quit worrying as much and it usually worked it’s self out.

  9. Josh Willhite says:

    We’re pretty aid back, we’re pretty good at learning to keep our cool.

  10. I am a lot calmer in my 40’s than I was in my 20’s and 30’s. I just don’t stress as much. It is not worth it.

  11. Rylee Burns says:

    I teach my kids to simply “breathe”

  12. Ryan D Baker says:

    I channel my worry into creative pursuits

  13. Michael Shea says:

    i’m an ignore them guy.

  14. Kerry Kollman says:

    I worry a lot. I have a worry stone I rub. It’s shrinking to nothing. I’ve worn out my worry stone.

  15. Ryan Campbell says:

    I tell my kids not to worry, that things will be fine. Myself? I let it get to me more than I should.

  16. Saundra Bowers says:

    I talk with my my kids and let them know they can come to me with any problem. I cope by finding stress relievers.

  17. Carl says:

    Talking over board/card games with friends.

  18. Sam says:

    I am not sure as to what to do with all his worries. Im glad to be finding so many options to help both of us understand.

  19. betty league says:

    Me and my kids cope with things that worry us by exercising or doing outdoor activities. Anything from going to the local parks too going to the beach or lake. thanks

  20. Gabrielly says:

    Talking & thinking about what can be done about it.

  21. Frances Watson says:

    be posotive

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